Winkler County Hospital Admin Stan Wiley Pleads Guilty And Is In Jail

wiley

Former Winkler County Memorial Hospital Administrator Stan Wiley has struck a plea deal with prosecutors and agreed to cooperate as a witness against the rest of the Winkler County public servants who have been indicted for their actions in the now infamous persecution of two whistle-blower nurses. Consistent with his sudden and unannounced disappearance from his job as hospital administrator (which included a coinciding disappearance from the county), Wiley has little allegiance to his cohorts in crime. He is apparently singing like a bird in exchange for a drastic reduction in criminal charges carrying a 30 day county jail sentence instead of the possible 10 years in prison he originally faced like  the rest of the Winkler Four (our new name for the indicted miscreants).

Wiley Press Release From Tx Atty Gen

http://lawmedconsultant.com/wiley2.flv

email
Tags: , , , , ,

4 Responses to Winkler County Hospital Admin Stan Wiley Pleads Guilty And Is In Jail

  1. [...] conviction. We shall see on Monday whether he walks away with merely a misdemeanor conviction like former hospital administrator Stan Wiley who turned state’s evidence in the affair. Arafiles is by no means a saint in all of this, [...]

  2. [...] scandal, but he did the most damage because he took away the nurses’ livelihoods. In March 2011, he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of abuse of official capacity and was sentenced to 30 days in jail. He also [...]

  3. [...] Winkler County Memorial Hospital Administrator-turned state’s evidence in exchange for a misdemeanor conviction, Stan Wiley, was the first to take the stand today in the first day of testimony in the felony [...]

  4. [...] Arafiles. The fourth, former Winkler County Memorial Hospital (WCMH) Administrator Stan Wiley turned state’s evidence in exchange for a greatly reduced plea agreement. Robert’s  was found guilty on all counts [...]

%d bloggers like this: